‘Dronejacking’ to become next big security threat as hackers look to the sky

The LR Zone

In 2016, drone technology entered the mainstream and can now be used for aerial photography, media filming, law enforcement surveillance and – if the promises from pioneering digital giants like Amazon come to fruition – home deliveries.

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2 thoughts on “‘Dronejacking’ to become next big security threat as hackers look to the sky”

  1. Right now drones are mainly being used to invade people’s privacy. Here in New Plymouth, the oil companies are using them to survey people’s property in identifying likely fracking sites when landowners refused to allow them access. I think people should be allowed to shoot them down and/or hack them if they come on your property without your consent.

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